Samsung offers giveaways to those buying certain Samsung tablets
Buy any Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 tablet or the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Student Edition (perfect for the Back to School crowd), and Samsung will give you $10 in Google Play Store credit, a 3 Month Hulu Plus Membership (new users only), 12 Months of Boingo Wi-Fi Access for new users and 50GB of Dropbox Storage. That free quarter of free Hulu Plus sure sounds sweet by itself.
Meanwhile, purchase the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 and the Korean OEM will slip you $50 to use on movies with Samsung WatchON, a Google Play Store credit in the amount of $25, 3 Month Hulu Plus Membership for new users, 12 Months of Boingo Wi-Fi Access for new users and 50GB of Dropbox Storage.
To claim the freebies, you will have to open a Samsung account and provide the company with the Wi-Fi MAC number from your new tablet. You will then get the information on how to collect the perks from the manufacturer. The promotion runs through September 30th and the tablet must be purchased from a retailer in the U.S.
2. ianbbaa (Posts: 296; Member since: 20 Mar 2013)
Not bad at all??? but i got Note 8 with 3G -PlayStore gift of 25USD is only for WiFi version of this model, not 3G. Shame in you SAMSUNG!!! It is the same tablet even more expensive cause of 3G!!! So no gift for me?
And what about consumers from another countries??? They didnt payed proper money for your product??? Why these "gifts" are country dependent???? I can pay in Playstore even from "Uganda", why not to receive a playstore gift from you???
4. CX3NT3_713 (Posts: 2026; Member since: 18 Apr 2011)
Nice.. i wanted a 3G version,.. but couldnt find a 32GB model....
5. ianbbaa (Posts: 296; Member since: 20 Mar 2013)
i threw in 32GB class10 UHS-I microSD ....cost just 20eur, if your device had 32GB internal, would cost at least 50EUR more and you still get less than bought 32GB card because of system etc...i got 10GB available to user + 32GB.
3. itsdeepak4u2000 (Posts: 3534; Member since: 03 Nov 2012)
Cool... Sammy's new marketing strategy to attract more people.